Friday, 16 November 2012

On the Easel










I've been caught out too often and handed in wet oil paintings protected, thankfully, by glass. So the idea is to have a few ready to go and dry! And leave them alone which is the difficult part. 

At the moment I've got 3 paintings laid in and waiting for some sort of next step.
How they'll look at the end I've no idea as paintings seem to go their own way. I can never visualize the finished result , I don't plan. I just get inspired and need to paint.

Hopefully there'll be a reasonably happy ending!
But that means coming up with some interesting titles.



9 comments:

  1. very nice painting collection having land,sky,water and mountains together.Thanks to share this over all.

    oil painting from photo

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    1. Hi Riki. Nice to "meet" you here. I'm trying to work more than one painting at a time to be less of a paint waster as less time to fouter about!

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  2. All 3 look wonderful, loose and great colours.I especially like the horizons and cottages. I like the misty purple.

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    1. Thankyou Jane. The colours are those around here in early winter especially the pale grasses as they die back.

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  3. Oh, I have NO doubt there will be a happy ending for each for these. Your natural, strong talent is unstoppable. Truly.

    Looking forward to the resolutions!

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    1. No pressure then Melinda! It's the next stage that causes the most angst. How to keep the idea going when you so often put in and scrub off.

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  4. Ah, the potential of what is one the easel! These pieces are well on their way but I know once you put the brush to the canvas... it all begins again!! Best of luck!!

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  5. You're so right Blue Sky!! I love the first hour or two - that feeling that this will work. Then, oh dear, it's all downhill. LOL

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  6. B rilliant talent that
    r ises over the
    i nner heart of
    d estiny and
    g etting better
    e very minute until
    t he vastness of your art

    Yannis Politopoulos

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